By Derrick Collins
I feel a strong wind blowing across my forehead,
The thought of what I’d live my life to be.
The pressure that I fear is coming faster,
And sometimes when I close my eyes I see.
Future lights shining my name boldly,
And past forgotten, all except my friends.
But sometimes the lights are dim and dirty,
And in the race for life my sorrow wins.
The few years that I’ve lived I’ve learned some lessons,
The first like on the bill, “In God We Trust”.
I’ve also learned of passion and perseverance,
Focus, don’t be distracted by every lust.
When it seems you’re all alone remember Jesus,
He’ll lead and guide as only Jesus can.
But don’t just turn your back on every person,
For God to make it work He uses man.
Make sure that care and love reflect your image,
Don’t be afraid to show what’s deep inside.
Realize that each mistake is just a lesson,
And learn, don’t get deceived by foolish pride.
Remember as you travel up life’s mountain,
That love’s the prize possession that you own.
And with your faith, your strength and God the Father,
At the top of the mountain you will set your throne.